EF Core Slow Bulk Insert (~80k rows)

I have a Save object which has several collections associated. Total size of the objects is as follows: The relations between objects can be infered from this mapping, and seem correctly represented in the database. Also querying works just fine. modelBuilder.Entity<Save>().HasKey(c => c.SaveId).HasAnnotation(“DatabaseGenerated”,DatabaseGeneratedOption.Identity); modelBuilder.Entity<Save>().HasMany(c => c.Families).WithOne(x => x.Save).HasForeignKey(x => x.SaveId); modelBuilder.Entity<Save>().HasMany(c => c.Countries).WithOne(x => x.Save).HasForeignKey(x…

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EF Core Slow Bulk Insert (~80k rows)

I have a Save object which has several collections associated. Total size of the objects is as follows: The relations between objects can be infered from this mapping, and seem correctly represented in the database. Also querying works just fine. modelBuilder.Entity<Save>().HasKey(c => c.SaveId).HasAnnotation(“DatabaseGenerated”,DatabaseGeneratedOption.Identity); modelBuilder.Entity<Save>().HasMany(c => c.Families).WithOne(x => x.Save).HasForeignKey(x => x.SaveId); modelBuilder.Entity<Save>().HasMany(c => c.Countries).WithOne(x => x.Save).HasForeignKey(x…

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UITextView, with spell checking, how to use `ignoreWord`?

Regarding the spell checking in iOS, it’s possible to tell the checker to ignore a word (or learn a word), https://developer.apple.com/documentation/uikit/uitextchecker func ignoreWord(String) Tells the receiver to ignore the specified word when spell-checking. – Apple doco Say I have a UITextView which opens. I want spell checking On. I know the user may type “fattie”…

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